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Full text of "University of North Carolina School of Law. Announcement of Summer Session"

University of North Carolina. 



SCHOOL OF LAW. 



ANKOITITC EMENT 



SUMMER SESSION. 




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UNIVERSITY PKESS CO., 

CHAPEL HILL, N. C. 



FACULTY. 

JOHN MANNING, LL. D. 
JAMES E. SHEPHERD, LL. D. 






SESSION 

Begins July 1st. and ends on the first Thursday in Sep- 
tember. Students can remain over until the Monday 
before the last Monday in September without additional 
charge for tuition. 

CLASSES. 
Junior and Senior. 

FEES. 

For Junior S30.00. Senior $30.00. Both S60.00. 

(a). Any student who has attended the regular session 
for a period of forty weeks, and paid his fees in cash, 
will be permitted to take both classes during the Sum- 
mer School for 330.00. 

(b). Any licensed attorney desiring- to review the 
course will be permitted to do so for S30.00. 

TEXT BOOKS. 

Those prescribed by the Supreme Court of North Caro- 
lina for applicants for license to practise law, viz : (A) 
Blackstone's four books or first volume of Ewell's Essen- 
tials, Stephen on Pleading-, Smith on Contracts, 
Browne's Domestic Relations, and Williams on Real 
Property. 

(B) Adams' Equity, Big-elow on Torts, Greenleaf on 
Evidence, (Vol. I.), Angell and Ames on Corporations, 
Schouler on Executors, Black's Constitutional Law, and 
Clarks' Annotated Code. 



"A" is for the Junior and "B" for the Senior Class. 
Each student must furnish his text books, and bring' 
with him Blackstone. 

EXAMINATIONS. 
.No entrance examinations is required, but each student 
must satisfy the Faculty that he has sufficient general 
training to be able to take the course with profit to him- 
self. 

Examinations are required as each subject is finished. 

RECITATIONS 

Daily for each class. One hour and a half until Sept. 1st. 
After Sept. 1st. one hour. 

MODE OF INSTRUCTION. 

Text Books, Lectures, Study of Cases, Quizzes and 
Moot Courts. 






EXPENSES. 

Tuition, as before set forth. 

Board in the village, with rooms for $12.00 to S20.00 
per month, without rooms from $10.00 to S15.00 per 
month. 



STUDENTS 

Attending Summer Session of 189S : 

Abernethy, Charles Laban, Beaufort. 

Anderson, George Gallatin, Milesville. 

Aston, McKay Bernard, Greenville, Tenn. 

Austin, Samuel Francis, A.B., 1893. Clayton. 

Batohelor, Van Astor, Nashville. 

Breese, William Edmund, Jr.. Asheville. 

Brinson, Samuel Mitchell, A.B., 

( Wake Forest College) 1892, Newbern. 

Buie, William Doug-las, A.B., 1892, Clarkton. 



Butler. Marion, A.B., 1885, 

Cade, Baylus, 

Cooke, John M., 

Dixon, James Washington. 

Dockery, Oliver Hart, Jr., A, B., 

( Wake Forest College) 1S92. 
Gaskill, James R., 
Gregson, Walter James, 
Green. Thomas Lincoln, 
Hare. Starkey, 
Hughes, Heenan. 
Justice, George Washington, 
Landis, Edward Graham, 
McCorkle, Charles Milton, i 
McNeil, James William, 
Mewborn, Sidney Graham. 
Overman, Harrj' Lee, 
Pippin, Joseph Powell, 
Price, Augustus Hobson, 
Rollins, Thomas Scott, litt.b., 1891, 
Shuford. Ernest William. 
Shannonhouse, Frank McRae. 
Walser, Zenobian Ihner, 
Wilcox, Elias Bunn. 



Washington. D. C. 
Franklinton. 
Elon College. 
Troy. 

Mangum. 

Tarboro. 

Ashboro. 

Clyde. 

Tunis. 

Elon College. 

Asheville. 

Oxford. 

Newton. 

Wilkesboro. 

Snow Hill. 

Salisbury. 

Tarboro. 

Salisbury. 

Asheville. 

Calhoun. 

Charlotte. 

Yadkin College. 

Rocky Mount. 



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